I make my kid's school lunches, and I have made them for the last 7 years. But, it doesn't matter what you send, if they don't eat it. So! How do you make sure they eat what you send, so that their bodies are ready for daily exercise and learning? I have a few pointers … Continue reading How To Get Your Kids To Finish Their Homemade School Lunches.
As an update to this post: spread mulch where you would have put rock. Read along about how taking permanent action against a short term problem, creates even more problems and stops permanent solutions. While we were in Colorado there was a trend to rip out anything that was growing and replace it with a … Continue reading Please Don’t Rock Your Yard!
I'm going to share my pear journey with the hard to find, but ridiculously tasty Biscamp pear. There's not much information out there and even 6 years, post purchase, the company I bought it from still has very little information and nothing new added to their website. I bought my Biscamp pear from justfruitsandexotics.com I … Continue reading Biscamp Pear
This Easter we went to our family's low country shrimp boil in San Antonio. I love the food every year! This year though, was a bit different. I discovered last year that I can't eat wheat. I've developed an allergy to it, and it's pretty serious. I'm not gluten intolerant, either. I can eat other … Continue reading Best Damn Rainbow Fruit Skewers And Dip Out There!
Hidden uses of your spring garden!
I survived a pulmonary embolism. I am one of the lucky 2/3 of people who lived through their PE. Join me in my story of recovery.
I recently bought a gunnera manicata also known as: giant rhubarb (it's not actually related to rhubarb but the leaf shape is similar) or dinosaur food. As with all things I purchase for my garden: I did a lot of research. It started years ago when I saw photos of this plant. I have always … Continue reading Creating A Bog For Water Loving Plants